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" ... and the size, characteristic of the parental stock ; but even the wonderful powers of reproducing lost parts possessed by these animals are controlled by the same governing tendency. Cut off the legs, the tail, the jaws, separately or all together,... "
The Divine Pedigree of Man; Or, The Testimony of Evolution and Psychology to ... - Page 278
by Thomson Jay Hudson - 1899 - 379 pages
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The world's great masterpieces: history, biography, science, philosophy ...

Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Richard Stockton, Nathan Haskell Dole, Julian Hawthorne, Caroline Ticknor - Literature - 1901
...addition of which to its frame growth takes place, laid down, each in its proper spot, and in such due proportion to the rest, as to reproduce the form,...and never by any accident more like that of a frog. What is true of the newt is true of every animal and of every plant ; the acorn tends to build itself...
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A Series of Lessons in Gnani Yoga (the Yoga of Wisdom.)

William Walker Atkinson, Yogi Ramacharaka - Yoga, Jńāna - 1907 - 302 pages
...separately or all together, and as Spallanzani showed long ago, these parts not only grow again, but the new limb is formed on the same type as those which were...newt's, and never by any accident more like that of a frog's." In this passage from Huxley one may see the actual working of the Creative Will of the Universe,...
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GNANI YOGA

YOGI RAMACHARAKA - 1908
...separately or all together, and as Spallanzani showed long ago, these parts not only grow again, but the new limb is formed on the same type as those which were...newt's, and never by any accident more like that of a frog's." In this passage from Huxley one may see the actual working of the Creative Will of the Universe,...
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Lay Sermons, Addresses and Reviews

Thomas Henry Huxley - Science - 1910 - 378 pages
...each in its proper spot, and in such due proportion to the rest, as to reproduce the form, the colour, and the size, characteristic of the parental stock...redintegrated limb is formed on the same type as those which wore lost. The new jaw, or leg, is a newt's, and never by any accident more like that of a frog. What...
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Methodist Review, Volume 46

1864
...tendency. Cut off the legs, the tail, tbe jaws — separately or all together — and, as Spall aiizau showed long ago, these parts not only grow again,...type as those which were lost. The new jaw or leg ia a newt's, and never by any accident more like that of a frog. — P. 258. Jehovah-God we are told...
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A Series of Lessons in Gnani Yoga

Yogi Ramacharaka, William Walker Atkinson - Health & Fitness - 2007 - 268 pages
...separately or all together, and as Spallanzani showed long ago, these parts not only grow again, but the new limb is formed on the same type as those which were...newt's, and never by any accident more like that of a frog's." In this passage from Huxley one may see the actual working of the Creative Will of the Universe,—moving...
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